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Jan 2, 2008
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Mar 31, 2006
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TANGENT_LEAP date: 30 Mar 2006 19:00-22:00 location: V2_, Eendrachtsstraat 10, Rotterdam An evening on emergent media culture in the People's Republic of China featuring Isaac Mao, activist blogger and software architect, Shanghai Zhang Ga, media artist and curator, Beijing/New York Karsten Giese, political scientist and sinologist, Hamburg Guobin Yang, social scientist, New York online respondent: Martijn de Waal, journalist and media theorist, Amsterdam moderator: Stephen Kovats, V2_...
Topics: new media, china, v2
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Mar 4, 2006
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On Friday 3 March, 2006 -- at V2_ and on live webstream, TANGENT_FEAR presented the artistic research project INVITING HORROR by Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat in which the experience of fear in public space is investigated. Lancel and Maat invited a group of artists and researchers whose work centers on notions of fear, the body and perception to engage a broader public audience to discuss and explore these issues to bring horror 'inside' from within the public sphere. With: Jill Magid, Dennis...
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Topics: e-culture, new media, fear, v2
Community Video
Feb 24, 2006
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Tetsuo Kogawas presentation to the Students of the Riga Arts Academy. This file is in two parts. Tetsuo talks very interestingly about the role of the soldering iron in art.
Topics: media, art, new media, radio, tv
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Feb 8, 2006
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from: http://www.tate.org.uk/onlineevents/archive/open_congress/ "The extraordinary development of Free and Open Source Software software that anyone is free to use, modify and redistribute has revitalized wider interest in collaborative creativity, the public domain and the openness of public institutions. Structured around three ecologies: Governance, Creativity and Knowledge, this innovative Congress explored, through its structure and content, how Open Source inspired methods may...
Topics: new media, tate, open source
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Feb 6, 2006
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from: http://www.tate.org.uk/onlineevents/archive/open_congress/ "The extraordinary development of Free and Open Source Software  software that anyone is free to use, modify and redistribute  has revitalized wider interest in collaborative creativity, the public domain and the Âopenness of public institutions. Structured around three ecologies: Governance, Creativity and Knowledge, this innovative Congress explored, through its structure and content, how Open Source inspired methods...
Topics: new media, tate, open source
Community Video
Feb 1, 2006
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Wednesday 1 February, 15:00,2006 AVANT_TV AVANT_TV dealt with the ambiguous interaction between art and television. TelevisionÂs birth pangs coincided with the very height of modernist art, the boom of non-objective suprematism also occurring during the mid twenties. Although the nascent medium was subsequently adopted by national institutions, recognized as being an ideal carrier for transmissions of social and cultural thrust, artists aspirations to dent the flow of info-entertainment has...
Topics: art, tv, v2, new media
Community Video
Jan 30, 2006
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Monday 30 January, 15:00 hrs TRUTH_TV TRUTH_TV brought together several artists to discuss their work exploring the nature of truth as represented by television. "To distinguish enemies from friends we have to depend on our own personal interpretation of fragmented pieces of (visual) information sent to us by the media. In principle every single piece of third hand information is a lie..." Geert Mul's (Rotterdam) project MATCH MAKER applies algorithms to pixel to find matches between...
Topics: media, art, v2, truth, television, yes men, new media
Community Video
Jan 30, 2006
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Tetsuo Kogawas presentation to the Silent_TV workshop as part of the International Film Festival of Rotterdam, 2006. see http://www.silenttv.net
Topics: media, art, v2, tetsuo kogawa, adam hyde, transmitters, vhf, diy, silent tv, new media
Community Video
Jan 30, 2006
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Saturday 28 January, 15:00 hrs, 2006 SILENT_TV Tetsuo Kogawa (Tokyo Keizai University) Workshop leader: Adam Hyde (streamingsuitcase / r a d i o q u a l i a) Silent_tv was a tele-matic and realspace workshop on how to build your own tv. For many years Tetsuo Kogawa has taught workshops, showing people how to build their own FM transmitters from simple electronic components. These workshops also provoke those involved to consider the technical, political, and social ramifications electromagnetic...
Topics: new meda, media, art, v2, tetsuo kogawa, adam hyde, transmitters, vhf, diy, silent tv
Community Video
Jan 30, 2006
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Friday 27 January, 2006, 15:00 hrs DIY_TV DIY_TV focused on the growing phenomenon of independent microTV broadcasters. The Italian microTV movement, Telestreet, started as a loose group of TV micro-broadcasters that first went to air in Italy in 2002 in a neighborhood station based in Bologna. These loosely affiliated broadcasters share an enthusiasm for exploring the socializing power of free-to-air video (TV) broadcasting. Often their content is sourced from the independent content archives...
Topics: media, art, v2, franco berardi, bifo, telestreets, new media
Community Video
Jan 23, 2006
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The Yes Men, Up Came Oil! from http://www.yesbushcan.com/media.shtml "Up Came Oil! Celebrate our favorite natural resource with one of GW's favorite musicals, written by Claibe Richardson for our nation's bicentennial in 1976."
Topics: media, art, activism, parody, yesmen, tactical
Community Video
Jan 23, 2006
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The Yes Men and Yes Bush Can from http://www.yesbushcan.com/media.shtml "Want to pre-emptively annul all gay marriages? Download Anul@Home today!"
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Topics: media, art, activism, yesmen, tactical, parody
Community Video
Jan 23, 2006
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The Yes Men and Yes Bush Can Taken from http://www.yesbushcan.com/media.shtml "Ecology's new spokesman "Smokey the Log" describes what it's like to be a tree: boring, unless you get used."
Topics: media, art, activism, yesmen, tactical, parody
Community Video
Jan 22, 2006
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Taken from: http://anarchy.translocal.jp/microtv/ "Television is considered as a device of delivering images and sounds. In this respect, it has reached to a "perfection". Media art using television would rely on such a "perfect" technology and would be satisfied with merely providing the "contents" to such a delivering device. However, art cannot remain the modernist "division of labor" of technology and the contents. As long as art as techne shares...
Topics: kogawa, tv, experimental, media, art
Community Video
Jan 22, 2006
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taken from http://anarchy.translocal.jp/microtv/ "Television is considered as a device of delivering images and sounds. In this respect, it has reached to a "perfection". Media art using television would rely on such a "perfect" technology and would be satisfied with merely providing the "contents" to such a delivering device. However, art cannot remain the modernist "division of labor" of technology and the contents. As long as art as techne shares...
Topics: kogawa, tv, experimental, media, art
Community Video
Jan 22, 2006
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MicroTV Taken from http://anarchy.translocal.jp/microtv/ "Television is considered as a device of delivering images and sounds. In this respect, it has reached to a "perfection". Media art using television would rely on such a "perfect" technology and would be satisfied with merely providing the "contents" to such a delivering device. However, art cannot remain the modernist "division of labor" of technology and the contents. As long as art as techne...
Topics: kogawa, tv, experimental, media, art
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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[Intellectual Property Stands Trial: The Court Case] On the Saturday afternoon the main hall of Paradiso will be transformed into a temporary court room. While the legal battles against Napster,MP3.com, Scour.net and others rage on, the net.congestion festival wishes o reverse the charges. Who is operating in the public interest here? As a reply to the legal theatre in court rooms world-wide, net.congestion holds its own trial and puts Intellectual Property on the stand. In front of our...
Topic: new media : tactical media : art : streaming : festival : digital media
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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[Commodifying Culture] As the number of websites continues to rapidly expand, the search for new and innovative content has become one of the major concerns of the commercial sector. In this paradigm artists are metamorphosing into'content providers', problematising the very notion of cultural production. This panel looks at major sites producing, commissioning and presenting streaming media content. How do Internet Service Providers, Portal sites, Broadcasters, Search Engines, Technology...
Topic: new media : tactical media : art : streaming : festival : digital media
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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[Campaigning] Streaming media has become an ever more important tool for social and political campaigns. This has become clear during anti-WTO / G8 actions, such as the recent protests in Seattle, Washington, and this September in Prague, but also in immanent crisis situations such as the Kosovo conflict (HelpB92 and Open Channels for Kosovo), or most recently in the counter-campaign to the US Presidential elections media machine (MicroRadioNetwork). This panel will take a careful look at how...
Topic: new media : tactical media : art : streaming : festival : digital media
Community Data
Dec 25, 2005
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[Bandwidth Aesthetics] An artist lead discussion about whether production values and technical quality are essential for audio and video streaming. Is it the medium or the message that is crucial in artistic expression? Is there such a thingas 'narrow-band aesthetics'? Video artists from the early 1960s exploited the technical limitations of video technology in creative ways, leading to the development of aesthetic trends within video art. Can a critical investigation of the formal and...
Topic: new media : tactical media : art : streaming : festival : digital media
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Jen Hamiltons presentation at the re:mote regina symposium. Note : the sound is not in sync. http://www.soilmedia.org/remote Jen Hamilton (Regina) http://www.24elements.net/ Jen Hamilton homebase:Regina Saskatchewan; MFA, Concordia, Montreal 1996; undergrad: AOCAD, Toronto, 1992; Artist in Residence/Intermedia Professor, University of Regina 1997-1999; AIREs programme Canada Council for the Arts and National Research Council shortlist candidate, 2002. re:mote re:mote regina is an experimental...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Adam Hoyles presentation via Skype to the re:mote regina symposium. http://www.soilmedia.org/remote Adam Hoyle (London, UK) http://www.suckmypixel.com/ re:mote re:mote regina is an experimental symposium and international net-based festival that links new media practitioners and theorists from diverse areas through a mixture of live and online presentations. re:mote: regina is the second in a series of one-day experimental festivals, bringing together new media art practitioners and theorists...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Tom Mulcaires presentation via Skype to the re:mote regina symposium about Skintstream. http://www.soilmedia.org/remote Thomas Mulcaire (Cape Town, South Africa) Thomas Mulcaire co-ordinated the exhibition components of the inaugural Johannesburg Biennale in 1995 and was a member of the artistic direction of documenta X in Kassel in 1997. In 1999 he founded the Institute for Contemporary Art in Cape Town. Within the framework of the ICA Cape Town, he has produced projects with Steve McQueen...
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Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Adam Willetts and Zita Joyce are Ethermap (NZ) and this is their presentation via Skype for the re:mote regina symposium. http://www.soilmedia.org/remote Adam Willetts (Auckland, New Zealand) Adam Willetts is an artist and musician working on a Masters degree in Intermedia at Elam School of Fine Arts. Adam's practice investigates simple robotics and autonomous machines, exploring relationships and overlaps between humans, technology and the environment. Adam was involved with Christchurch radio...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Matthew Biedermans presentation using ichatav for the re:mote regina symosium. http://www.soilmedia.org/remote Matthew Biederman (Montreal, Canada) Matthew Biedermans (DelRay) diverse range of audiovisual performances and installations find their common ground in themes of cut-up electronic image delivery, media saturation, data systems and electromagnetic spectrum scanning. Biederman, who has performed and exhibited both nationally and internationally, has recently developed his work via...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Marc Tuters presentation for the re:mote regina symposium. Marc Tuters (Montreal, Canada) Marc Tuters is a researcher and curator in new media. He was born in London, England in 1975 and now lives in Montreal, Canada. He holds a university degree in Cinema and an graduate degree in Media Studies. For the past several years Marc has produced numerous collaborative art/science projects in the area of wireless technology which have been presented at major international new media festivals...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
Dec 25, 2005
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Curator Sarah Cook presented via ichatav with Toby Heys for the re:mote regina symposium. Sarah Cook (Newcastle, UK) http://www.newmedia.sunderland.ac.uk/sc/sarahc.htm Curator Sarah Cook is the co-editor of CRUMB (the Curatorial Resource for Upstart Media Bliss  an international website and mailing list  www.crumbweb.org) and post-doctoral curator/researcher at the University of Sunderland (in collaboration with BALTIC, the Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, United Kingdom). Her...
Topic: digital art : new media : festival
Community Video
May 29, 2005
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Sneha Solankis presentation for re:mote auckland (http://www.remote.org.nz) pre-recorded at Newcastle, UK. Introduction by Honor Harger. Sneha Solanki New media artist and lecturer at University of Newcastle http://electronicartist.net/solanki/ Sneha Solanki is an artist, web designer and new media developer based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. She often generates ideas which utilise technology to subvert and comment upon systems of control and automation. An area of particular interest in the future...
Topics: digital art, new media, festival
Community Video
May 29, 2005
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Sally Jane Normans presentation for re:mote auckland (http://www.remote.org.nz) pre-recorded at Newcastle. Sally Jane Norman Director, CultureLab, University of Newcastle http://www.ncl.ac.uk/niassh/culturelab/ http://www.ncl.ac.uk/niassh/culturelab/sjn.htm Doctor Norman's research spans performing arts, cultural theory, and technology. She has served many organisations dedicated to transdisciplinary research, including the Daniel Langlois Foundation in Montreal, the "Vida" Artificial...
Topics: digital art, new media, festival
Community Video
May 28, 2005
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David Metcalfes presentation for re:mote auckland (http://www.remote.org.nz) pre-recorded in Newcastle (UK). There is also an introduction by Honor Harger. David Metcalfe Chief Executive, Forma http://www.forma.org.uk/ David Metcalfe is the Chief Executive of Forma, one of Europe's leading production agencies for innovative, genre-defying art. Forma generates and tours cross-artform projects internationally. Forma works with a range of artists, including the Japanese musician and artist Ryoji...
Topics: new media, digital art, festival
Community Video
May 28, 2005
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Zina Kayes pre-recorded presentation at re:mote auckland (http://www.remote.org.nz) Zina Kaye Artist, Sydney, Australia http://laudanum.net/ Zina Kaye moved from London to Sydney in 1993 to study at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW. In 1996 she graduated with honours and also received a Research & Development Grant from the Australian Network for Art and Technology. In 1999 Zina won grants from the MEDIA programme of the European Union and the Australia Council for the Arts for Observatine, a...
Topics: new media, digital art, festival
Community Audio
Oct 7, 2004 net.congestion
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With the new reign of globalised neoliberalism, countries with a tradition of government support for the arts are forced to cut budgets. Some online artists are making money selling their content to advertisers online, while others give away their product to the "public domain." Can artists create authentic and unbiased work in a hyper-competitive marketplace? Can a balance be struck between the financial needs of the creator and the market demands of the consumer that respects the...
Topic: Conference Proceedings
Source: http://net.congestion.org
Soulseek/Other Net.Label Artists
Oct 7, 2004 various
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This is originally a CD released by RIXC (http://www.rixc.lv) and r a d i o q u a l i a (http://www.radioqualia.net). The CD features tracks made by our favourite artists, each track is made using recordings r a d i o q u a l i a has made of the sun, jupiter, and venus using the RT32 telescope in Latvia (http://www.radio-astronomy.net). Artists include Tennis, Kaffe Matthews, si-cut.db, i.e.wlltts, Claustrum, scanner, r a d i o q u a l i a, Iris Garrelfs, Voldemars Johansons, Loosebot, Max...
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Topic: Glitch
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